Born and raised in London,Canada,Jocelyn graduated from York University and has studied writing at St. Lawrence College and the Humber School for Writers. She always wanted to be a writer, and won her first award at age nine, for poems entered in the local Hobby Fair.
Jocelyn writes fiction for both teens and adults. Her books include Getting a Life, Cross My Heart and Seraphina’s Circle. She is co-editor of Cleavage: Breakaway Fiction for Real Girls. Her award-winning stories have appeared in anthologies, newspapers and magazines.
Jocelyn’s newest YA novel, How to Tend a Grave, was published by Great Plains Teen Fiction in Spring 2012, and won the 2012 Gold Medal Moonbeam Award for YA Fiction - Mature Issues category.
Member since 2011
Region: Canada: East
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